Archive for December, 2009
President Obama sent a personal letter to North Korean leader Kim Jong II that was delivered by an envoy, according to media reports. The letter was allegedly delivered when Stephen Bosworth, U.S. special envoy for North Korea, paid a visit to the country in an effort to break an impasse in dialogue.
A study published the December issue of the Journal of Experimental Medicine, suggests that a pregnant woman’s exposure to microbes may protect her child from developing allergies later in life.
Where’s our Santa Claus Rally? Back in the good old 20th century we regularly had a rally in the stock market in the days leading up to Christmas. During the last decade of the century it became such a regular part of the year end, everyone expected a “Santa Claus” rally. Every December in the […]
For a young child, Santa Claus is a magical character of mythical proportions. If the child wants something special he knows all he has to do is ask Santa. Now the United States Government is playing the role of Santa and giving away presents right and left. Read this article to learn where the Santa mentality of government is leading us…
Despite much criticism from across party lines, the Senate Banking Committee voted last week to recommend Ben Bernanke’s nomination for the second term as chairman of the Federal Reserve.
Early Monday morning, Senate Democrats voted 60-40 to end the debate on a package of healthcare reform revisions and advance the bill ahead of the final vote.
On the eve of President Barack Obama’s arrival at the global climate summit in Copenhagen, Denmark, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced that the U.S. would help raise $100 billion a year by 2020 to help developing nations combat climate change, provided that other affluent nations live up to the "transparency" demanded by the U.S.
Representative Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) introduced an immigration reform proposal last week that has already garnered significant criticism from anti-immigration advocates.
Senator Joe Lieberman (I-Conn) has emerged as one of the biggest obstacles for the Democrats on the road to a healthcare reform, a position that may have resulted in increased attacks on his wife Hadassah Lieberman.
Trying alternative medicine and holistic therapies is a waste of time! That’s because trying most often means not doing. You see, there is a difference between trying and doing. Read this article to learn how trying alternative medicine rather than doing alternative medicine is a waste of time…